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Tyler Manning crosses home plate but unlike the rest of the Angels' lineup, his run did not count as the inning ended when Ryan Berg was retired at first base. All nine Angels scored in the second inning. Berg and Andrew Fondrick scored twice in the second to blow the game wide open. Robert Williams/FOCUS

Hi-10 playoffs: Angels blow away Millers 16-0

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AUDUBON -- After an upset victory over the Wadena-Deer Creek Shockers to start Hi-10 tournament play the New York Mills Millers ran into a buzz saw in the Detroit Lakes Angels Saturday afternoon in Audubon.


DL won the game 16-0 in a mercy rule shortened seven-inning game.

A sincere merciful ending would have capped the game after two innings of play.

Trailing 2-0 in the second inning, the Millers faced a bases-loaded situation with nobody out.

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